Write a letter? Most of us are embarrassed by our own handwriting and wouldn't even know how to start a letter, let alone address and mail one.
But there's good reason to write.
Being apart from the people you love and like best is hard. Texts, phone calls, and social media are great, but they're not the only way to reach out.
People love getting mail. They really do. It makes them feel special and it gives them something to hold onto.
A Snail Mail Guide to Cursive Writing Practice, the book that shows you how to spend more time with the people you love and like best and improve your handwriting at the same time.
- get step-by-step cursive writing instructions for each letter of the alphabet
- practice and improve your cursive writing skills and spend more time with the people you love and like best
- figure out who to write to and what to write about
- learn how to make your letters more interesting
- practice reading cursive writing (it can be difficult if you've never learned cursive) with real writing samples from different people
- improve your writing composition skills
Don't let your handwriting be an embarrassment
Did you miss the class on cursive writing?
If your school stopped teaching cursive writing, chances are you don't write in cursive, but maybe wish you did. Your handwriting is as unique as you are. Write to someone more than once and they'll recognize your handwriting on the envelope. Oh, yes they will. And best of all? Don't worry if it's not perfect, it's not suppose to be.
Are you embarrassed by your handwriting?
You're not alone. A lot of people worry about their handwriting—afraid it's sloppy or hard to read. Maybe you like the look of cursive vs. print.
If you're feeling bad about your handwriting, it's time to fix that. A bit of practice can improve your handwriting and boost your confidence.
Can you read cursive writing?
Did you know if you haven’t studied cursive writing it can be difficult to read?
Imagine getting a handwritten thank you note or praise from your boss or someone you admire ... and not being able to read it!
Learning cursive writing will fix that.
And, cursive writing could make you smarter!
• If you’re in school, taking a class, or attending a workshop, taking notes by hand can help you learn and remember more.
• Writing by hand requires focus. Learning to focus can help you become a better thinker.
• If something's got you stumped or you've got troubles, writing by hand about what's on your mind can help you sort things out.
They’ll be so happy to hear from you. Really.
It doesn't matter if they live in the same town, the next state over, across the country, or some faraway place. Write to them.
Tell them a story. Tell them you miss them, love them, and want to squeeze them.
And that's not all, when you write, something happens to you, too. It brings the people you write to a little closer.